Rural medical experts from across the state came together and exchanged their experiences, plans and ideas on how to ensure all Texans, regardless of location, have access to quality medical care.
The University of Texas at Arlington’s Center for Rural Health and Nursing hosted the inaugural Rural Health Conference at the University Center in October.
Despite life’s unexpected turn of events, Olexandra Shevchenko, a University of Texas at Arlington family nurse practitioner (FNP) student, realized that with the right support and educational guidance nothing can stop her from achieving her goals.
Jacqueline Solis, a nursing and honors college student at The University of Texas at Arlington, was selected to take part in the UT Southwestern Engaged Nursing Students Partnering in the Research Experience (ENSPIRE) program. This is a year-long non-paid internship where students work in various areas and research projects.
Erica Hinojosa, Simulation Technology Manager at the SMART Hospital, presented at the S3 Conference at the SingHealth Academy in Singapore. This conference gathers the brightest minds in healthcare simulation to showcase the transformation and latest technologies and techniques of healthcare simulation to drive the standards of patient care to new heights.
A public health researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington is focusing her health disparities research on a group of Americans who often are overlooked because of how the U.S. government collects information on race and ethnicity. Most government forms do not have Middle Eastern/North African (MENA) listed as a category someone can select when asked about their ethnic background, making it difficult to set aside federal funding that could help this population’s specific health needs.
The UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s (CONHI) Center for Rural Health and Nursing (CRHN) has recently funded three research projects from their pilot project opportunity. The Rural Community & Academic Collaborative Pilot Project Award is one of the two research opportunities where academic faculty members and rural community leaders work together on a research project focused on improving access to health care, resources within the community, and partnerships between UTA and the specific rural community the research focuses on.
Dr. Christopher Madden, M.D., VP and Chief Operations Officer, Medical Group Professor, Neurological Surgery, UT Southwestern Medical Center and Dr. Hicham Ibrahim, M.D.Associate Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Ambulatory Services, Professor of Psychiatry UT Southwestern Medical Center had a visit to explore academics and research of the College of Nursing and Health Innovation as well as touring the SEIR and the newly constructed Social Work and Smart Hospital grounds.
CONHI Research At a Glance
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We had quite a few events where many of our CONHI faculty, staff and students participated: UTA Homecoming 5K and parade, our
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Tawney Palmer, a UT Arlington student, received a scholarship at the 6th Annual Panhandle Great 25 Nurses event, the
Rural medical experts from across the state came together and exchanged their experiences, plans and ideas on how to ensure all Texans, regardless of location, have access to quality medical care, U.S. Fed News reported. The University of Texas at Arlington's Center for Rural Health and Nursing hosted the inaugural Rural Health Conference at the University Center in October.
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